Glog from Shakopee US Feb 29 2016

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Glog from Shakopee US Feb 29 2016

Life Cycle of a Star

White Dwarf

Planatary Nebula

Average Star

Red Giant

Stelar Nebula

Black Hole


Masive Star

Red Supergiant

Neutron Star

A Stellar Nebula are large clouds of hydrogen, helium, and plasma. A stellar nebula is also known as a Staller Nusery and is the place where stars are born. There are two types of stars it could make; an average star or a massive star. It consists of helium, hydrogen, and other ionized gasses.

An average star is one of the stars that the Steller Nebula produces. One example of an average star is the sun. Made up of mostly hydrogen and some helium.

The Aveage Star turns into a Red Giant which can be tens to hundreds times the size of an Average Star. A Red Giant has a orange/red color and has a great amount of hydrogen in its core. Made up of hydrogen and helium.

The Planetary Nebula forms when the Steller winds from outer space interact with the Red Giant. Ultra radiation is emitted to the outer layers which obsorbs the radiation and create nebulous gas a round the core.

The White Dwarf is the last known step of stars and is very small in size it is about the size of Earth. It is basically a ball of thermal energy and is the core of stars. It is made out of carbon and oxygen.

The largest star known to man kind is a Red Supergiant. A star consumed the hydrogen from it's core creating a Red Supergiant. Helium and hydrogen are present in the core with a expanding shell over them.

A Massive Star can be up to 500,000 times more bright than the sun and is bigger than eight solar masses. A massive star is created by clouds of dust considered nebula. It contains hydrogen and helium.

A supernova is the last stage of a massive stars life creating a huge event, a massive explosion. After the explosion it could eat her create a black hole or a Neutron Star.

The final product of a Supernova it is created when gravity collapse a Massive Star or Supernova. It is the smallest star known but has about twice the mass of the sun. Protons and electrons melt together forming neutrons.

The black hole is one of the two final products of a Supernova. It is so strong that gravity pulls so much that light can not escape from it. Black holes are impossible to see because it traps light.

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